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HS Treble Singers – UIL Concert and Sight-Reading :

Hello, high school parents, guardians, and students!

First, I wanted to thank you for your continued support! Once we return from Spring Break, we will begin a few after-school rehearsals leading up to contest day. It is very important that your students have these times/dates marked on their calendars, as they are mandatory. Here are those dates/times, but please also look at the calendar.

March 20th-23rd, 3:30 pm-5:30 pm (Rehearsals)

March 27th-28th, 3:30 pm-5:30 pm (Rehearsals)

March 29th, 4:00-8:00 pm (UIL Day)

Here is how UIL week will look for our High School singers. Please note we are at UIL Concert and Sight-Reading Contest (held at AISD Center for Visual & Performing Arts). The concert portion is open to the public, but please remember this is a contest, and we will have adjudicators present.

Wednesday, March 29th, 2023

On this day, the Treble Singers (All Treble choir students – both Varsity & JV) will be at the contest. These students will be leaving campus around 4:00 pm and returning by 8:00 pm. We will be going to dinner after. Have your student bring $10-15 for dinner; more information regarding dinner plans will be updated soon. Look for this information on our website calendar links.

We need parent volunteers on this day! If you are willing to help chaperone, please fill out this link

Attire checks: These are just a few things to keep in mind.

Those wearing a Dress:

· It might be a good idea for your student to try on all pieces. Our students grow.

· Black opaque knee-high Nylons are required with formal dresses. (These are the thicker Nylons that you CAN NOT see-through.)

· Since you cannot iron this dress, feel free to steam it to remove wrinkles.

· Hemming – make sure your dress hem is not coming off. If so, you have some time to get it repaired.

· Shoes – student must wear their black character shoes. These character shoes were given out at the beginning of the year.

· Hair – make sure your student’s hair looks fresh/clean and out of the eyes. Those with longer hair may need to pull it back or use some type of product to keep it still.

Thank you and hope this information is helpful.

Mr. Duarte